Pros: usb 3.0, easy access hard drive slots, headset holder, large, good airflow, innovative design, locks
Cons: interior design - thermaltake's own psu cable not long enough to use cable manaegment in the case for 12pin m/b cord
had this case for about a month now, and I love it. I see a lot of people say they think the exterior is ugly, I guess that's a matter of opinion, because I like it's looks personally. It is a very spacious case, and seems like quality construction, it looks almost sturdy enough for me to sit on. The handle does not look like it is sturdy enough to handle the weight of a full case, but it is. The headset holder is a great touch. One review site (which i cannot remember right now) said it was a full tower case with tesselation, and I would have to agree with that, except in the case of the sliding hard drive slots. They are very useful, and well placed. 4 Usb 2.0, 2 usb 3.0, 1 esata and fan+led controllers are excellent, although one of the pins on a 3.0 bent the first time i put a flash drive into it. the pin is still bent, but the slot still works. I would rma it, but it is not worth it to not have computer usage for a length of time due to 1usb 3.0 slot, when i have a second one, and 2 more on my i/o. it fits a corsair h100 comfortably, with enough room left for push pull it seems. the price at 280 (i got it for 250 on sale) usd was a bit steep, but more affordable than the 900 usd non-gt version. it is pretty quiet, but the side door (another plus to the case) rattle a bit towards the top. you can nudge it a bit, and it'll stop, but it will be back soon enough. also, the distance from psu to m/b 12pin is too far for their own psu to reach using the case's cable management hiding.